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He notes that the Inter-Lutheran Commission on Worship began its work in 1966 and that LBW carries on the tradition of the Common Service (1888), The Lutheran Hymnal (1941), and the Service Book and Hymnal (1958).
But that project was abandoned in 1965 when the LCMS invited the other Lutheran churches to join in the preparation of an eventual all-Lutheran service book and hymnal.
5) Service Book and Hymnal (Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1958).
5) But, for the most part, the previous Lutheran hymn collections in the first part of the twentieth century--such as The Lutheran Hymnary (1913), the Common Service Book and Hymnal (CSB, 1917), the American Lutheran Hymnal (1930), TLH (1941), and even the SBH (1958)--brought together groups of Lutherans of largely similar ethnic backgrounds, pieties, or ideologies.
A secondary and minor purpose is to compare the LBW rite with the baptismal rites in the two predecessor books of the LBW--the Service Book and Hymnal (SBH, 1958), which relegated the baptismal rite to its Occasional Services Book (OSB, 1962), and The Lutheran Hymnal (TLH, 1941) as found in its companion Volume The Lutheran Agenda (TLA, n.